Star Theatre

111 South Main Street,
Scottville, MI 49454

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Star Theatre

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Opened by 1914 as the A-Muz-U Theatre. It was renamed Star Theatre in 1927 and was located on South Main Street at Route 10. It seated a little under 500. The theatre closed for a short time in 1959 then reopened later in the year. It remained a downtown showplace until the late-1990’s.

It is now the home of Carr Communications which is an internet provider for the area. The marquee is still intact and in great shape, used by Carr for advertising their rates for internet service. The vertical is still above the marquee and in good shape also.

Contributed by Chuck Van Bibber

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4star on July 14, 2010 at 12:26 pm

The marquee has been renovated and will be back up soon with a new LED display. The facade of the building has been remodeled to look like the original theatre entrance too. Pictures will be available on the Scottville Main Street web site and/or facebook.

Khnemu on October 18, 2015 at 7:07 am

From “How Scottville Came To Be” Beatrice O'Hearn, 1942:

In 1914, Tom Peterson built the first theatre and called it the A-Muz-U. It is now owned by Mr. Wallace and is called the Star Theatre.

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